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Wheal Trelawney Lead Mine (United Kingdom)


A lead and arsenic mine that worked 1840-1890 and also 1900-2.

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Last updated October 11th 2008 by carnkie
Photographs Of Wheal Trelawney
Photographs Of Wheal Trelawney (0 photos)
Last updated October 11th 2008 by carnkie

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Major Mining Region

Wheal Trelawney Lead Mine belongs to the Central Cornwall region.

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